Author:WILEY J. WOOLFORD

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1927 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT ARCHIVE OF 14 LETTERS BY THE BAD BOY OF THE FAMILY SEEKING KIND WORDS AND MONEY FROM HIS AUNT WHILE HE AWAITS COURT MARTIAL FOR DESERTION

By: WILEY J. WOOLFORD

Price: $1,195.99

Publisher: STATION HOSPITAL SCOTT FIELD BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS, 1927

Seller ID: 0001962

Condition: Good+


On offer is a super, fascinating group of 14 manuscript letters handwritten by Wiley J. Woolford writing from Station Hospital Scott Field Belleville Illinois to his aunt Miss Mary Woodford of Sparta Illinois. The 1927 letters give the sense that Wiley was the 'black sheep' of the family and had a reputation for causing trouble or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Casual research finds that he and six other men pleaded guilty to drunken charges in Benton Harbor. He was stationed at Station Hospital on a charge of desertion that almost got him a dishonorable discharge but he was found... View more info